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Question number: 775

» Classical Indian Ethics » Pancasila and Triratnas » New 2019

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Appeared in Year: 2017

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Which of the following is not a Tri-ratna according to Jainism? (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Samyak Darśana

b.

Samyak Cāritra

c.

Samyak Bhāvanā

d.

Samyak Jñāna

Question number: 776

» Modern Western Philosophy » Phenomenology and Existentialism » Kierkegaard (New 2019)

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According to which one of the following Western Philosophers ”Truth is a subjective condition, not an objective one. ” (November Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

William James

b.

Kierkegaard

c.

Hume

d.

Kant

Question number: 777

» Modern Western Philosophy » Wittgenstein » Language and Reality

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“There is no one standard meaning of a given word, it has as many meanings as it has uses, and that these are countless. ” – is the view held by: (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Frege

b.

Dammett

c.

Russell

d.

Wittgenstein

Question number: 778

» Classical Western Philosophy » Parmenides

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Which one of the following early Greek Philosophers held that; ”You cannot know what is not, nor can you express it. What can be thought of and what can be - they are the same”. (November Paper-2)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Parmenides

b.

Empedocles

c.

Heraclitus

d.

Democritus

Question number: 779

» Modern Western Philosophy » Other Authors

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Which one of the following lists correctly depicts Austin’s division of verbs that differ in their illocutionary force? (January Paper-3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Verdictives, exercitives, commissives, syntactical and expositives.

b.

Verdictives, exercitives, semantical, syntactical and commissives.

c.

Verdictives, exercitives, commissives, semantical and behavitives.

d.

Verdictives exercitives commissives, behavitives and expositives

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